Assume a moderator deletes one of my answers by mistake (Assume moderator agreed he failed to read the question and my answer properly), is there a way to request for another moderator's review or request to un-delete the answer with proper reasons ?
Summing up from the comments, adn adding some details:
We moderators ar "common people" like you – so we also sometimes make mistakes. Also, from time to time we might disagree on how to handle a situation – or what to do with a certain post. That is why I wrote that, in such a situation, you can:
- flag the relevant post as "needs moderator attention" and explain your concerns in the comments. This is the most modest way, as only moderators can see this.
- if you think there's no "secrecy" needed, you can bring it up in chat. One of us mods is usually there, so you can even
@pingus. Phrase your concern politely (I'm certain you will do – but I write this explicitly for the benefit of others 😇), and we will take care of it.
Once it's brought to our attention, we moderators have ways to discuss that amongst ourselfs, and come to a conclusion. That might be "all is as it should be", or "some action is necessary" – none of us is stubborn and insists on his position, we always work as a team.
That also covers the special case where "moderator agreed he failed to read the question and my answer properly". Usually, in such a case the affected moderator corrects his mistake or consults his collegues for advice when in doubt – but sometimes the advice is on vacation or otherwise absent, and the issue will need some more time to be solved.
Not to forget: we also listen to advice from you. You know, we're humans – and to err is to be human (though some are more human than others). We stand corrected if we were wrong.